Willow Springs is a new community situated just west of downtown Lehi. It features beautiful views of the White and Oquirrh mountains to the west and the Wasatch mountains to the east. This quaint little community offers big personality with its striking exteriors and tree-lined streets.
Homesites in this community are about a quarter acre, and homes are available in a variety of outdoor elevations, including Utah traditional, European, craftsman, and contemporary styles. All homes include front yard landscaping, yet there are no monthly HOA fees!
Willow Springs is located close to the Salt Lake County and Utah County borders, and it is only 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake, making it the perfect location for work or play. In fact, this community is exactly six minutes from everything you could possibly need. Literally! Interstate 15, Thanksgiving Point, Seven Peaks, Lehi Sports Park, the Lehi Legacy Center, The Ranches Golf Club, and even Utah Lake are just a few minutes away.
If you feel like taking a little excursion, Willow Park is only a short 12-minute walk from Willow Springs. There, you can have a picnic, go camping, take a stroll along Jordan Trail Parkway, play a game of sand volleyball, or toss a few balls with your dog. There are a number of exciting activities the whole family is sure to enjoy.
Lehi was originally settled by pioneers in 1852, making it the sixth oldest city in the state of Utah. Steeped in Old West history, Lehi may seem like a small town due to its relatively small population of 60,000 residents, but it has actually been deemed as the fifth fastest-growing city in the country.
One of the reasons for this rapid growth is the city's stark transformation from a traditionally agricultural economy to an economy burgeoning with technological enterprises. This transition began with the construction of a microchip plant by Micron Technology. Other technology-based companies have since relocated to Lehi including Intel, Microsoft, and Adobe. These industry giants have ensured Lehi’s stable economy and present plenty of employment options for new residents moving to the area.
There’s definitely no shortage of entertainment in the city of Lehi. Thanksgiving Point draws 1.45 million visitors every year and consists of the Museum of Ancient Life, the Thanksgiving Point Golf Course, Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point, and much more. Diverse entertainment options and a variety of shopping venues make Lehi an excellent place to raise a family.